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PLDT sweetens Fibr service with free online movies

VIDEO-ON-DEMAND. Ariel Fermin, head of the PLDT?s Home Business, speaks during the launch of PLDT's partnership with online movie streaming website Clickplay.ph. The new service allows PLDT's Fibr subscribers to watch free movies based on their monthly plans.

By 2016, more than 50% of mobile apps deployed will be hybrid

The need for context awareness in mobile applications has increased with the capabilities of mobile devices, causing developers to consider both hybrid and native architectures.

DSWD warns of text scams using Pantawid Pamilya

The DSWD said the text messages for raffle prizes are not true because the agency does not hold raffle promos or draws.

DOST unveils P350-M semicon testing lab

Dubbed as the Advanced Device and Materials Testing Laboratory (Admatel), the facility houses advanced machines critical to the needs of the semicon industry.

Amoled TV panel market to see limited shipments in coming years

Although Amoled televisions headlined last month?s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), shipments of these high-end panels will remain limited in the coming years.

NAND market contracts in 2012 as Ultrabooks disappoint

Global NAND flash memory market revenue fell 7% in 2012 as disappointing Ultrabook sales negated the impact of surging demand from Apple for its iPhone line.

Unboxing: HTC’s first ‘phablet’

The 5-inch HTC Butterly is already available in HTC Concept Stores for a suggested retail price of P32,000.

Ovum: Dell?s move to go private good but fraught with risks

As news of computer maker Dell going private made technology headlines this week for $24.4 billion, an analyst firm said the pioneering move makes strategic sense.

PLDT exits BPO business, sells SPi

PLDT has announced it has entered into an agreement to sell BPO businesses owned by its subsidiary ? SPi Global Holdings ? to London-based private equity firm CVC Capital Partners.

South Korea leads global transition to digital music

On the other hand, Japan is the only country that still sells tangible amounts of physical singles (discs), a category that is all but non-existent elsewhere.

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